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  • Artur Fischer, Inventor With More Patents Than Edison, Dies at 96

    Artur Fischer, Inventor With More Patents Than Edison, Dies at 96

    Fischer, a locksmith by training and an obsessive tinkerer, came up with his first patented invention in 1947.

  • Barred From Flight Over Turban: Indian-American Actor Waris Ahluwalia

    Barred From Flight Over Turban: Indian-American Actor Waris Ahluwalia

    Waris Ahluwalia, an Indian-American actor and designer, said on Monday that he was barred from boarding an Aeromexico flight from Mexico City to New York because he refused to remove his turban.

  • Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg Says Eyeing 2016 Run For President: Reports

    Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg Says Eyeing 2016 Run For President: Reports

    Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, said he is considering running for U.S. president in 2016, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

  • Something Positive Actually Came Out of a Comments Section

    Something Positive Actually Came Out of a Comments Section

    When Marie Beechy saw a post on the Syrian refugee crisis in Europe, from the popular blog Humans of New York, she clicked and read deeply.

  • BlackBerry Layoffs Point to Shift Away From Phones

    BlackBerry Layoffs Point to Shift Away From Phones

    BlackBerry in a statement said it would be laying off roughly 200 people across Canada and Florida.

  • Tagore Poems In Translation Offend Chinese

    Tagore Poems In Translation Offend Chinese

    More than 80 years after his death, Rabindranath Tagore, the Bengali poet and Nobel laureate, still has a huge following in Asia. Outside India and Bangladesh, perhaps nowhere is his legacy more alive than in China, where his works have been part of the middle-school curriculum for decades.

  • Airlines Reap Record Profits, And Passengers Get Peanuts

    Airlines Reap Record Profits, And Passengers Get Peanuts

    Helped by falling oil prices, airlines are reporting record profits, but for many passengers this sudden bonanza has meant little more than extra bags of free peanuts and pretzels.

  • This Video Game Will Break Your Heart

    This Video Game Will Break Your Heart

    Death is not so frivolous in "That Dragon, Cancer," a video game about Joel Green, a terminally ill 5-year-old, and his parents, Ryan and Amy. It is a game about a single life - one that ends and then is gone forever.

  • Jailed Extremist Freed, Becomes FBI Informant

    Jailed Extremist Freed, Becomes FBI Informant

    The way federal prosecutors told it, Jesse Morton was an inspiration for terrorists across the world. Through his Revolution Muslim website, they said, the New York City man provided justification for violence in the name of Islam, encouraged followers to support Osama bin Laden and advocated attacks on the writers of "South Park" in retaliation fo...

  • New York Orders Probe After Radioactive Leak At Nuclear Reactor

    New York Orders Probe After Radioactive Leak At Nuclear Reactor

    A nuclear power plant north of New York City has leaked water contaminated with radioactive tritium into the groundwater below the facility, sparking an investigation by state officials, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday.

  • Medical Mystery With A Global Reach

    Medical Mystery With A Global Reach

    The children stricken with microcephaly, or abnormally small heads, have doctors everywhere asking: What is this virus? How could it have been around for almost 70 years without us realizing its power? What do we tell our patients about a bug that can hide in a mosquito's proboscis and a man's semen, even in human saliva or urine? What do we tell y...

  • North Korean Rocket Launch Called 'Provocation'

    North Korean Rocket Launch Called 'Provocation'

    Defying warnings of tougher sanctions from Washington, North Korea launched a rocket Sunday that Western experts believe is part of a program to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technologies.

  • UN Security Council To Hold Emergency Talks On North Korea

    UN Security Council To Hold Emergency Talks On North Korea

    The United Nations Security Council will hold an emergency meeting Sunday in New York over North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket, diplomats said.

  • Agencies Battle Over What Is 'Top Secret' In Clinton's Emails

    Agencies Battle Over What Is 'Top Secret' In Clinton's Emails

    Some of the nation's intelligence agencies raised alarms last spring as the State Department began releasing emails from Hillary Clinton's private server, saying that a number of the messages contained information that should be classified top secret.

  • Soumitra Dutta To Become Dean Of Cornell's New Business College

    Soumitra Dutta To Become Dean Of Cornell's New Business College

    Indian-origin academician Sumitra Dutta will become the dean of the prestigious Cornell University's new College of Business to be established during the 2016-17 academic year as a world-class centre of teaching and research for business management and entrepreneurship.

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